ARTiculation Scotland Final
The Art Collection are hosting the Scotland final of ARTiculation - the annual public speaking competition for students aged between 16 and 19.
Photographer talk: The European Dream
Anna Pantelia is an award-winning photojournalist and the Field Communications Manager for Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). She was the official photographer for CERN between 2012-2014.
Film screening - A View of Love/Un Balcon sur la mer
A View of Love/Un Balcon sur la mer (2010) is a romantic mystery film about three French children who left Algeria very suddenly during the last violent months of the War of Independence in 1962.
For one day only the Art Collection will be hosting the Travelling Gallery. The Gallery is showcasing a new solo exhibition Black Box Take Stock by Glasgow-based artist Gordon Douglas.
50 Objects Exhibition
This exhibition will showcase some of the fascinating objects and photography featured in the commemorative publication, Fifty: The University of Stirling in 50 Objects published last year.
Pathfoot Press Open Afternoon
The Pathfoot Press is open to visitors - come and try your hand at printing your own keepsake bookmark.
Hands on skills: printing, editing and understanding variants
A unique opportunity for PhD students to gain practical experience using a mid-19th Century printing press and a Hinman Collator.
The Art Collection will focus on the cultural impact of 1967, the year the University opened its doors to students for the first time.
Festival of Museums: 1967
As part of the Festival of Museums weekend the Art Collection are celebrating 50 years of the University of Stirling and all things 1960s.
Freedom Road exhibition
This exhibition takes its name from the long, sandy road linking Bechuanaland (now Botswana) to Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia), crossing South West Africa (now Namibia) and Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) along the way. It was the road along which refugees travelled to escape from the South African oppression in the 1960s, often helped on their desperate journey by humanitarian organisations or mysterious foreign drivers.
Inside Outside Exhibition
A multi-media exhibition of art, photography, video and audio installations, This powerful and hard hitting exhibition is the result of an initiative undertaken by the Encompass Network involving women working inside the sex industry and it provides a rare insight into their hidden world. The exhibition is organised in collaboration with the Art Collection and the Centre for Gender Studies. This project includes outreach work with women at Cornton Vale which will be exhibited in the Pathfoot Building from April onwards.
Stills at Stirling exhibition
The exhibition includes new work by Scottish photographers Mhairi Law and David Grinly as well as images by some of the best-known photographers of the 19th and 20th centuries, including: Ansel Adams, Robert Mapplethorpe, Julia Margaret Cameron and Edward Weston.
Speaking Out: Recalling Women’s Aid in Scotland Exhibition
2016 marked 40 years since Scottish Women’s Aid was founded, bringing together a network of local Women’s Aid groups across Scotland. This pioneering movement brought about a sea-change in Scottish society by working to challenge and prevent domestic abuse.
James Hogg in the World exhibition
James Hogg (1770-1835), also known as “The Ettrick Shepherd,” lived and worked for most of his life in Ettrick Forest in the Scottish Borders.